Video presentation of the eGovernment conference in Poznan Poland, November 2011, featuring PEPPOL, Pan European Public eProcurement online.
This OASIS 30-day public review will be held from 26 August to 24 September 2011. This is an open invitation to comment. OASIS solicits feedback from potential users, developers and others, whether OASIS members or not, for the sake of improving the interoperability and quality of its technical work. The specification was previously submitted for a 60-day public review on 25 September 2010 . This review is limited in scope to changes made from the previous review. Changes are detailed in section B.3.4 of the Committee Specification Draft.
Perceptant today announced support for UBL, an open xml standard for B2B messaging that facilitates the exchange of catalogue, pricing, stock and transaction information between buyers and suppliers...Perceptant's iHUB, iBAM and SCMaaS (Supply Chain Management as a Service) products leverage XML and incorporate its strengths into a comprehensive business application environment - managing all critical aspects of integrating and automating interactions between customers, partners and suppliers.
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 09:24:36 -0400
To: UBL-Dev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com>
Subject: Fwd: Public Review of UBL v2.1
I'm not the official spokesperson for the UBL committee, but I know the UBL committee warmly welcomes any and all comments regarding the public review draft of UBL 2.1. Please use the instructions from OASIS below regarding the release and submitting your comments.
announced immediate availability of the EDIFIX 5.0 UBL Reader, enabling
companies' easy access and view of UBL 0.70, UBL 1.0 Beta Release and
UBL 1.0 Final, an OASIS Committee Draft by the OASIS Universal Business
Language Technical Committee for public implementation. The UBL Reader
is a variant of the scalable product line GEFEG EDIFIX®. EDIFIX has been
selected by the OASIS UBL Technical Committee to parse the spreadsheet
data models and produce a schema representation adhering to the UBL 1.0
Naming and Design Rules.
In 2008, the European textile and clothing industry (according to data provided by Euratex, the European Apparel and Textile Confederation) was comprised of 160.000 companies that employed a total of 2.350 million employees.
The textile and clothing supply chain in Europe is characterised by a large presence of small and medium size enterprises, with an average number of 16.6 employees per company in the EU of 27. Long term trends of globalization and trade liberalization have challenged the competitiveness of the textile industry in Europe.
In order to facilitate business with the government and among the industry, the Danish Government deployed a national e-invoicing service, called ‘NemHandel’. It allows businesses to send standardised UBL e-invoices through the internet. Based on open and common standards, NemHandel also allows businesses to send e-invoices which were generated in their internal ERP or invoicing systems.
For several years the United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and
Electronic Business (CEFACT) has been developing a set of electronic
standards for international trade data. Progress has been slower than
had been hoped for, and CEFACT is currently reassessing stakeholder
needs and priorities to ensure that its work is addressing the most
urgent requirements. The UN/CEFACT project teams responsible are
consulting those already involved in CEFACT’s work as well as a
selection of stakeholders that are not, in order to submit a report to
CEFACT by the end of February 2010.
An UBL Use profile for the European textile, clothing fashion industry at the eBIZ-TCF Conference in Bruxelles
Information about the advancements of the eBIZ-TCF project comes from the successful conclusion of the large-scale European Conference for a common eLanguage for European Textile Clothing Footwear industry promoted by the project.
Please see this UBL-Dev announcement regarding an open public review:
These specifications are used in UBL deployments and can be used with any XML vocabulary.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken